The last few months have been a seriously busy period for the champions of bass music, as the team over at CruCast have been unleashing a seriously high rate of releases. This is such an exciting thing to see, as they have not only focussed on their A-list roster, meaning they have also been giving a very tidy platform to a tonne of exciting names on the rise. In truth, CruCast is an absolute Goliath of an imprint at this point, with a huge history of festival stage success, event takeovers and number one singles. Today we are going to be taking a secondary look at a release which has been causing a real stir, as the one and only Skepsis makes another return to the imprint with another set of remixes for us all to enjoy.
Skepsis as a leading force in bass music has, at this point, stamped his name into the stone beyond all recognition. The consistency within which he’s been able to push himself forward over the last half decade has been so impressive to watch from the side-lines, with his fanbase being as loyal as ever!
This latest collection of remixes is quite something, kicking off with the official Michael Sparks rework of the Jammz collaboration entitled ‘Vengeance’, giving it a gnarly overhaul, jam-packed with metallic bassy goodness, followed closely by the super spicy VIP mix of ‘Verdansk’, welcoming back the fabulous sounds of Cajama to the table with a rave-ready rework. From here, Axel Boy takes the vocals of Emily Makis from ‘Tell Me How‘ and reworks them into a fabulously choppy dancefloor throb, dusted in gorgeously soundscaped backdrops and neat drum designs, followed by MPH’s bubbling overhaul of ‘Affiliation’ alongside the toasted lyricism of Bru-C, giving us a super groovy twissup for the dancefloor. Two tasty reworks then round off the collection, as NuBass gives ‘Pisces’ a synth-driven emotional overhaul, with Tsuki supplying the final addition on his euphoric jump up edit of ‘Sun Comes Up’, rounding off the project with a real slap.
It’s another fantastic collection from the CruCast team, who have once again allowed Skepsis to run wild, sounding all the better for it. Stream/download below: